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Upcoming MBJ
Sections

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Issue Date: June 18
Ad Deadline: June 10


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Lincoln Banking overview • Small business banking update • Home refinancing • Evolving community banks • Loan activity in the capital city



MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Sarpy Economic update • Sarpy events • Construction projects • Real estatee • Banking • Data Center growth • Small businesses





Issue Date: June 25
Ad Deadline: June 17


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Overview • Tech advances in sustainability • A/E/C emphasis on going green • Environmental law • Being a sustainable homeowner



MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Office space real estate update • Redesigning office spacess • Navigating employment law • Tips for keeping teams efficient and on-task • Workforces remaining virtual and the need for tech





Issue Date: July 2
Ad Deadline: June 24


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Nonprofit industry overview • Helping those in need during pandemic • Serving on nonprofit boards: What’s the right fit for you? • Marketing/outreach for nonprofits: Methods in seeking donations and volunteers • Growth at local organizations: Local nonprofits share news on services, facilities





Issue Date: July 2
Ad Deadline: June 24


MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Senior Living overview • Financial planning post-retirement • Aging at home • Legacy planning: the importance of planning for your family’s future • Changing senior communities: the latest trends in senior living



MBJ Upcoming Section

Topics may include:

Industry overview: working from home, COVID-19 and other trends in workplace injuries • A look at workplace injury prevention programs • Workers’ comp insurance • Rehabilitation and physical therapy after an injury • Workers’ comp lawyers offer advice to employers and workers